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Anurag Kashyap Criticizes Censor Board's A Certification for OMG 2, Calling Them 'Fragile' and 'Sensitive'

'Fragile' and 'Sensitive'

Renowned for his unreserved viewpoints, director Anurag Kashyap has been notably expressive recently owing to his engagement in promoting his forthcoming movie "Haddi," where he stars as a lead alongside Nawazuddin Siddiqui. In a recent interview, the filmmaker offered his perspective on the 'A' (Adults Only) rating bestowed upon the movie OMG 2 by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC).

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Anurag Kashyap shared his views on OMG 2 receiving an A certificate from the censor board, starring Pankaj Tripathi and Akshay Kumar.

In spite of the film's universally relevant themes, OMG 2 encountered obstacles in the realm of censorship. When asked about this matter, Kashyap conveyed to India Today, "That's their concern. It's a challenge one must navigate." Shedding light on the audience's response to the censor board's handling of the film, he amusingly remarked, "The censor board received a good thrashing for that film. People lambasted them. A film's true essence eventually reaches the audience, regardless. Preventing people from taking offense is futile. Certain individuals get upset over trivial matters. Their system needs refinement. They appear so fragile and sensitive that they take offense at the slightest things."

Anurag Kashyap's history of conflicts with the Censor Board is well-documented. Right from his directorial debut, "Paanch," which was met with a ban by the board, to subsequent works like "Black Friday," "Gulaal," "Ugly," and "Udta Punjab," his films have consistently grappled with censorship challenges. 

Renowned for his unreserved viewpoints, director Anurag Kashyap has been notably expressive recently owing to his engagement in promoting his forthcoming movie "Haddi," where he stars as a lead alongside Nawazuddin Siddiqui.

Kashyap's artistic vision often seems to push boundaries, igniting conversations around artistic freedom and the role of censorship in the industry. This pattern of clashes underscores his dedication to telling stories that might stir discomfort but mirror the complexity of society.

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